Apr 21, 2019
In this episode we talk to Jill Barnes, Executive Director of the Washington Center for the Performing Arts about taking risks, bridging cultures, and how much our area loves the arts. Also: she wants to hear from you. Be a part of the conversation.
Apr 7, 2019
Our senior population is expected to be 25% of the population in the next few years, but the financial support for them is stagnant. Find out what the creative folks at Senior Services of the South Sound are doing to help. Along the way you might find some of the best tickets in town.
Mar 31, 2019
After a tough year, Harlequin productions is focused on the welfare of their employees and the plays on their stage (s). Get the inside scoop on their upcoming season and hear about their philosophy about the role of the theater in the community. Plus they invite us to a party!
Mar 24, 2019
Check out our interview with local restauranteur Adam Adrian. why did Ramblin Jack’s close? Spoiler alert: it wasn’t what many assumed. Listen for that, to find out where to get your Mac and cheese fix, and what new projects he has in store. Local foodies won’t want to miss out.
Feb 25, 2019
Four years in, StoryOly, a monthly story-telling event at Rhythm and Rye in Olympia, is a big success. Co-founders Amy Shepherd and Elizabeth Lord lead the monthly competition where Olympians from all walks of life get on stage and tell true stories in front of an audience. StoryOly is in it's fourth season, they've had...